Chretien de Troyes, the dwarf (nains) appears frequently, but often as a very small person, an actual human being. When children stumble or fall, it means that they were not blessed on rising. Joseph's Day, one must always give strangers to eat, since such strangers may be the saints themselves. Lummis (A New Mexico David New York, 1891 and The Land of Poco Tiempo Ibid., 1893 some interesting New Mexican folk-lore material is found. The society publishes a Revisla de Folklore Chileno, and three excellent numbers have already ap- peared. Here we are concerned with the popular superstitious remedies, which are evidently based on mere ignorant superstition. There is an instinctive horror, so to speak, towards the dead. The majority of the flagellants followed si wly behind; while the brave one, who had previously attempted to ascend to the choir, advanced to the side of the mysterious stranger and walked slowly by him. Jstor helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform, and preserves this content for future generations. The Spanish word duende, domitus (Korting, 3088), is also suggestive of Hausgespenst. Si no sanas hoy, Sanaras manana." 1 Rhyming charms such as these, though slightly different, are given also by Ram6n.
She pictured them as living together in a certain lonely place, where they inhabited underground houses, went out secretly to steal provisions and clothing, especially at night, and often even went to the cities to buy provisions. Known as the Early Journal Content, this set of works include research articles, news, letters, and other writings published in more than 200 of the oldest leading academic journals. If a fork is dropped at the table, a violent dispute will soon occur between husband and wife. for it may fall to earth and cause ruin and de- struction. In case any woman is suspected of being a witch, there are ways of ascertaining the truth. The author of the present article has recently organized bootje huren giethoorn korting a Spanish Folk-Lore Society among the advanced students of Stanford University. (a) "Mano blanca de mi amada, Mas hermosa que la luna, Quien de ti Uegue a gozar Tentra placer y fortuna." (b) "Ya la luna tiene cuernos Y el lucero la acompafia. A large number of New Mexico superstitions centre around the moon.